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November 12, 2008

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Hi Kathy. I believe that Jennifer Banks, whose poems I have also admired, is an editor at Yale University Press.
BTW I love the practice of making up names for heteronym "authors" or potential "characters."

Thank you, Kathleen, for the kind comments. I would be happy to send a bio. Is there an email address I can send this to?

Jennifer Banks

For all those curious, here at last is Jennifer Frost Banks's bio:

Jennifer Frost Banks has an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop and has published poems in LIT, Agni, Seneca Review, jubilat, Quarter After Eight, Pleiades, Boulevard, and GutCult. Her book manuscript was a finalist for the Colorado Prize in 2007. She is an editor at Yale University Press where she manages the Yale Younger Poets Series.

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